Trib Total Media publishes 8 editions of EverybodyShops all over Allegheny County. These are weekly publications that connect buyers and sellers, customers and businesses, and readers with published announcements. EverybodyShops, in all of its editions, reaches 182,000 households every week in print. From Brighton Heights to the South Side, Turtle Creek to Crafton, Upper St. Clair to Bellevue, and more, EverybodyShops makes community advertising easy and effective. All editions publish every Thursday.
**Distribution Map of EverybodyShops**
This publication hits the municipality of Bethel Park and the Bethel Park School District. South Hills Village Mall, Route 19, and Library Road all offer retail, restaurants, doctors’ offices, and other businesses that residents frequent. A portion of Allegheny County’s South Park also calls Bethel Park home.
This borough is home to Allegheny County’s largest Fourth of July celebration, which includes a parade, 5K race, fireworks, and more. Route 51 and Brownsville Road are prime business districts, and the borough even boasts a real haunted house turned bed and breakfast. This publication encompasses Brentwood Borough School District.
The Mon Valley towns of Clairton and Elizabeth, as well as nearby Jefferson Hills, are part of this publication’s distribution area, as are parts of West Jefferson Hills School District, Clairton City School District, and Elizabeth Forward School District. With its proximity to the Monongahela River, the Montour Trail, and Steel Valley Trail, recreation is big here.
Moon Township is home to the Pittsburgh International Airport and Robert Morris University, so there’s no shortage of retail, restaurants, and supporting businesses in this area. Neighboring Coraopolis features small businesses. The coverage area encompasses Moon Township School District and Cornell School District and is just across the Ohio River from the quaint yet vibrant village of Sewickley.
The Waterfront open-air mall spans both Homestead and Munhall with a number of big-box stores and chain restaurants. But, it’s not all corporate retail and eateries here. Hop across the railroad tracks for a number of small businesses, breweries, and historic places. Steel Valley School District sits in this distribution area.
Parts of the Monongahela River, Youghiogheny River, and Turtle Creek all border this publication’s distribution area. White Oak is home to the Penn State Greater Allegheny Campus, and you’ll find more river and bike trail recreation in and around the area. East Allegheny School District spans this distribution area, which is close in proximity to Monroeville, Kennywood Park, and Sandcastle Waterpark.
The Mall at Robinson, Settlers Ridge, Robinson Town Center, and part of Steelers Cabin Park are all located in Robinson Township. Historic Crafton is home to small businesses and Greentree overlooks Interstate 376. Montour School District, Carlynton School District, and Keystone Oaks School District are all part of this publication’s distribution area.
Kennywood Park might be West Mifflin’s claim to fame, but there’s so much more to this borough. Situated on the Monongahela River, the Allegheny County Airport and Community College of Allegheny’s South Campus are also a big part of West Mifflin. The distribution area borders Dravosburg, Duquesne, and McKeesport.